Western Colorado is not insulated from the threat posed by Mexican drug cartels.
Company uses local employees, rivers to make their reelsThey built the first mass-marketable fly reels back in 1973, and many of those first reels can still be found on America’s best rivers. Ross Reels is highly respected in the fly fishing industry for both its longevity and legendary quality, and the reels just so happen […]
Last month, the governing boards of Habitat for Humanity of Montrose County and Habitat for Humanity of the Telluride Region unanimously decided to merge in a move designed to streamline resources and strengthen the organization, newly rebranded as Habitat for Humanity of the San Juans.
Butler: A good county commissioner must be a very close partner with all constituents in the county.
Esther Dixon, owner of Herbs and Spice and Everything Nice, is a big fan of herbs and believes in the healing and preventative ability of natural antidotes.
Tri-County Health Network (TCHNetwork) says it’s time to make sure your health insurance is lined up for 2015.
Frates has the ability to customize awards, trophies, medals, signs, nameplates, and plaques all to what the customer needs and specifies.
The community is invited to join the Mayor, City Council members, and staff to enjoy coffee, juice, and donuts at a kickoff celebration on Tuesday, October 21, from 8-9 a.m., in Centennial Plaza.
Construction has begun on the Tri-State’s Happy Canyon-Bullock Transmission Line through Riverbottom Park and on top of Sunset Mesa, for maintenance and safety purposes.
While there have been no identified cases in Colorado at this time, the Montrose County and local authorities are taking appropriate precautions.
Fourteen Wells Fargo volunteers will assist with building a new home on Oct. 18.
Woods has played noteworthy shows in a range of unique venues, from intimate breweries to the Blues Train, in a change of pace from the Big Easy.
A video time lapse of the Indians’ first game of the season on Friday, Aug. 22.
The tour was developed to give local officials and residents a first-hand experience of the river since improvements were made.
ElderAdo Financial is one of only 12 firms selected throughout Colorado.
Every summer, Olathe Spray Service Air Tractor planes and Bell helicopters buzz over rural the farmlands of the Western Slope.
The program assists providers of long term and post-acute care services in achieving their performance excellence goals.
At the end of the second quarter in 2013 the median single-family home price was approximately $162,000. This year, that median price is up to $170,000.
Typical signs of infection in humans are fever, chills, headache, muscle aches, chest pain, and coughing.
In January 2014, Medicaid eligibility guidelines were expanded to include adults, pregnant women, and children.
Blossoming artists in Montrose, wildflower walk and a forest film in Durango, all in the arts this week.
The plan would transform two city blocks of downtown to open space.
Anthony Labato Appointed to MMH Board of Trustees
The CML Executive Board is comprised of 19 elected officials and key municipal staff members who are elected by the membership at an annual business meeting.
Options presented to Montrose City Ccouncil Tuesday for a regional transit service included a van-pool, bus or mini-coach.
Brews and Bogeys is Horsefly’s third location in Montrose, joining their Main Street brewery and the small grill at Montrose Regional Airport.
Wave a flag, drink a beer or shop to celebrate our country’s independence through a slew of activities slated for July 3-5 in downtown Montrose.
Ever wonder where your recycling goes?
The BEST fund was created in 2008 as a way to help with renovation and construction in Colorado schools.
The system is a high-speed telephone emergency notification system that allows public safety personnel to send messages directly to residents, whether they are home or away.
Jeremy Silva’s business is serving as a success story even though he doesn’t actually sell marijuana in any form.
More than 650 cyclists from all over the world will participate in the 20th Annual Bicycle Tour of Colorado.
Beck invited the group to talk about the need to help veterans, and the process involved in opening a center to help those most in need of a fresh start with community-oriented resources.
Gardens That Thrive returns for a second year; this year’s workshop is focused on school gardens and curriculum integration.
There are a number of issues, including funding, that are yet to be worked out.
It is a challenge keeping bees healthy and poison-free.
Frank Casias was a young man on Omaha Beach during the invasion of Normandy.
Words don’t describe how excited I am,” says 21-year-old Jenny Nocas.
Participating nonprofit organizations seek donations for the sale.
Montrose physician Bill Faragher lost his 33-year-old sister when American Airlines Flight 11 crashed into the building.
Sixth Annual Ouray Wine, Chocolate and Cheese Festival Seeks Applications…23rd Annual Telluride Science Research Center Town Talks..
June 29 Golf Tournament Benefits MHS Girls Basketball…Register for Telluride Foundation July 4 Rundola Now
Chacho, Rackay Appointed to MMH Board of Trustees… County Seeks $2.6 FAA Grant for Commercial Apron Expansion.
Councilors also deny request for de-annexation for city resident.
The new directors take office at the MFPD board meeting on May 20.
The Colorado Get Movin’ Challenge provides free online tools to encourage Coloradans to make a concerted and collective effort to be active during May.
Conference Calling for Library Patrons …2014 ROCC Parking Lot Sale Slated for Saturday, May 17
A free Medicare 101 And More program takes place Saturday, May 3, 10 a.m.- 12 p.m., in the Montrose Memorial Hospital’s basement meeting room, at 800 S. 3rd St., Montrose.
Students are participating in Habitat for Humanity’s national alternative break program, Collegiate Challenge.
Robinson seeks an injunction against the city’s operation of the course while the court determines and enforces “the reciprocal legal relations and duties.”
While serving as acting and interim county manager, Norris will continue his responsibilities with the facilities division from the administration office.
Columbine Is the priority, board and staff agree.
The arbitrary annual holiday known as 4/20, includes almost every musician and the like-minded fans who flock to see them.
Language in the “prohibitive uses” section in the General Agricultural and General Residential districts could be removed if the commission agrees to amend that portion of the county’s zoning guidelines.
Uranium exploration, mine development and reclamation will be permitted to continue on 31 lease tracts of land in West End for the next 10 years.
An accident last Sunday that claimed the life of a National Guard soldier working in Montrose is being called a “tragic loss,” and the 947th Engineer Company stationed in Montrose is planning a memorial service.
The voters have spoken, and the Montrose Recreation District is moving forward in creating a citizen oversight committee for the project.
Along with films, the Adventure Film Festival will bring a host of speakers, activities and open discussions to Montrose April 4-6.
The new system is based in part on student performance and test scores, and allows for the dismissal of tenured teachers when performance is low and or for other reasons.
The city intends to request monetary support for the increased costs in what the city must pay to operate the Regional 911 Dispatch Center.
Montrose joins forces with climbing capitals – including Chamonix, France; Santiago, Chile; Sydney, Australia; and Asheville, N.C. – to host the internationally acclaimed Adventure Film Festival, April 4-6.
From January through March 2013, there were 13 documented offenses relating to the drug; seven of those cases involved minors. So far in 2014, there have been 17 cases involving marijuana, six of them linked to minors.
Montrose School District moving from national TCAP to Colorado-developed CMAS.
By the end of the day Thursday, with support from Montrose High School staffers and representatives from the League of Women Voters, he signed up more than 50 students.
After further review of budget expenditures, and recognizing the need for an experienced golf course manager, City Manager Bill Bell said the city carved out an annual salary of $30,000 to $35,000 for a professional.
While there were few substantial decisions made at Tuesday’s meeting, the trustees indicated they intended to perform their duties as a board in a different manner than the previous boards have in the past.
Montrose city staff are preparing to go before councils in Telluride and Mountain Village with a proposal to provide the region with a reliable cost-effective public transit system.
The intense courtroom drama, familiar to those who saw the 1992 film starring Tom Cruise, Demi Moore and Jack Nicholson, takes on fresh life and new immediacy in the stage version now playing in Montrose.
Body Recovered From the Uncompahgre Plateau Identified
On Tuesday, council urged voters to approve Measure A in April, which will re-establish the city’s right to provide telecommunication services and broadband infrastructure.